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14 year old boy dies, 13-year-old critical, after water tragedy​

A major rescue operation was launched

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Police cordon in place on the main road at Ovingham, Northumberland, at a public footpath leading down to the river (Image: Newcastle Chronicle)

A 14-year-old boy has died and a 13-year-old boy is in a critical condition after getting into difficulty in the River Tyne at Ovingham on Saturday, Northumbria Police said. Police launched an extensive search operation after two teenage boys got into difficulty in the River Tyne in Northumberland, on Saturday.
A statement from Northumbria Police said: “A boy has sadly died after getting into difficulty in the River Tyne at Northumberland. Shortly after 3.30pm yesterday (Saturday), police received a report of concern for the welfare of two teenage boys who were in the river near the bridge at Ovingham.

“Emergency services were immediately deployed to the area and one of the boys, aged 13, was rescued from the water. He was taken to hospital where he currently remains in a critical condition.

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Police at the scene (Image: Newcastle Chronicle)
“A number of organisations conducted a thorough search of the area in a bid to locate the second boy. Sadly, the 14-year-old’s body was later found in the water and he was pronounced dead at the scene.”

The youngsters went into the water near to Ovingham Bridge at 3.30pm. Emergency services including ambulance, police and fire and rescue crews were sent.

"There is a large multi-agency presence in the area, and we would ask the public to not to gather where possible to allow for those at scene to carry out their duties," Northumbria Police said.

The parents of both boys are being supported by specially-trained officers, police said. Chief Superintendent Helena Barron, of Northumbria Police, said: “This is an absolutely tragic incident and our thoughts are with the families of both boys at this difficult time as we continue to support them.

“A number of agencies were involved in the incident and their support was hugely appreciated. It is with great sadness that we could not provide a more positive update.”
 

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